We have recently added two new team members at our Head Office in Cape Town, South Africa. We would like to officially wish them both a warm welcome, and introduce them to you.
Lynn has joined us as our Immigration Lead. As such, she will be heading up our Immigration division, and is responsible for
In January 2018, Lynn returned to Cape Town, her hometown, after spending 17 years studying and working in Los Angeles, California, USA. She received both her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and her Juris Doctor in Law from California institutions.
Whilst studying, Lynn worked as an executive assistant for a faith-based organisation, where she excelled in administratively managing the daily operations of the organisation. Upon graduation from law school in 2011, Lynn was motivated to pursue her interests in law and politics, and began working as a Legislative Analyst with the California Treatment Advocacy Foundation. There, she wrote policy recommendations to further legislative initiatives, required to be presented before the California Health Senate. She thoroughly enjoyed this position as it sharpened her skills and knowledge of the legal and legislative process.
In 2014, Lynn accepted a position as the Legal Services Advocate with the Interfaith Refugee and Immigration Service in Los Angeles. There, she managed various programs and worked tirelessly with the Immigration team to help clients file numerous immigration applications before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service, and the US Department of State.
In 2019, Lynn completed her Master in Laws (LL.M) in Public Law, specializing in Human Rights Law, from the University of Cape Town. She was extremely motivated to resume her work within the immigration law space, and as such, joined Relocation Africa in June 2019.
Lynn is currently Immigration Lead for Relocation Africa, and is therefore responsible for the entire immigration product line for the African Region. She is also an avid fitness enthusiast, who believes that daily exercise is good for the mind, body, and soul.
She is happy to have returned to her country of birth and is looking forward to all that lays ahead, both personally and professionally.
Client Account Specialist
Chantelle has joined us as our newest Client Account Specialist. As part of our Mobility team, Chantelle is responsible for
Chantelle has in-depth knowledge of and experience in the hospitality and culinary industries. Completing a Hospitality Management Diploma at the Cape Town Hotel School in 2008 established the foundation for the enriched, decade-long journey through the industry. It is during this time that she completed her service intervals at the Cellars-Hohenort Hotel and the Mount Nelson Hotel. She obtained years of experience at 4- and 5-star properties in Cape Town.
Chantelle established her career as one of the members of the opening team for the Taj Hotel, Cape Town in 2009 – on the eve of the 2010 Soccer World Cup. With a wish to branch out overseas, she embarked on a yearlong journey on the 6-star Silver Seas cruise ship in 2012. The experience taught her the true value of hard work, patience, and international hospitality standard practices.
Arriving back in Cape Town in 2013, she returned back to her first love. She challenged herself to a career change, moving into the events industry. Working for Urbantonic as their Staffing Manager provided the opportunity to invest her years of experience by enriching and developing the skills and knowledge of South African youth looking to enter the exciting industry.
She joined the Relocation Africa Mobility team in July 2019, as a Client Account Specialist.
In her spare time, she enjoys keeping up-to-date with international current affairs, and meeting new people. Chantelle believes that enriching your life through other people’s experiences adds value to your journey.
For information as to how Relocation Africa can help you with your Mobility, Immigration, Research, Remuneration, and Expat Tax needs, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us on +27 21 763 4240.
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